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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • This is great news. I was bitten by the regex fallback a year ago when I had a typo in my model name and Catalyst picked a related model instead. The two models were similar enough that I didn't notice for quite a while.

  • Oops, I tested this and found four accidental violations in my code: 3 x $c->view() and one case of model('DB::session') where I meant model('DB::sessions')

    Please, could you add the $name to the warning message? I had to fire up the debugger to figure out which model was causing the actual warning in my code.

    Otherwise, I'm getting a perfect success with my biggest app using SVN rev 8135 in http://dev.catalyst.perl.org/repos/Catalyst/Catalyst-Runtime/5.70/trunk [perl.org] (aka 5.7099_02)

    • SVN revision 8138 adds a new line about the value supplied. 5.70/trunk also has a couple more fixes for regexp fallback and ACCEPT_CONTEXT from component().

      Thanks a lot for testing this out!